On a recent trip to Dingle we stayed in the Castlewood Guesthouse, we were met with a warm welcome by one of the proprietors, Helen. While we were checking in she took us through a map of the town of Dingle pointing out the many restaurant and bars, she even had sample menus in the lovely sitting room. I would recommend the Global Village for dinner. The place is full of beautiful art work and antiques and our room was lovely, with a big bathroom that include Jacuzzi bath and separate shower unit, with plenty of large fluffy towels. Each room has what you would expect but with little extra touches, including TV, DVD player, and clock radio. There was a large selection of DVD’s to choose from complements of the house. The sitting room had a small library, with complementary tea and coffee available.
The breakfast I would say was the best I had experienced in my travels to date, with a wide selection of juice, cereal, stewed and fresh fruit, home made breads and spreads and a varied cooked menu. I can recommend the pancakes.
Loved the take away tea and coffee available by the front door in the morning to take with you on your journey, it’s the little touched that makes this place special.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our luxurious guest house is located on the shores of Dingle Bay, so it enjoys a fabulous view while just being a five minute walk to the vibrant centre of Dingle town. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Castlewood House Hotel Dingle
- Castlewood Hotel Dingle